ASUS announced the details of Intel’s DG1, which is not supported on AMD now

Intel officially launched the DG1, an exclusive display based on the Xe graphics architecture, for entry-level desktops, but the information announced at the time was very limited.

A few days ago, as an early partner, ASUS, which was allowed to customize the DG1 graphics card, announced more details of the graphics card’s parameters.

The graphics card named DG1-4G integrates 80 groups of EU units, Xe Max core, matching 4GB LPDDR4-4266 video memory, 128bit wide, although it is a PCIe 3.0 x16 slot design, it uses PCIe 3.0 x4 channels.

The external interface provides a DP, an HDMI, a DVI-D, etc. The card is only 17 cm long and 11 cm high. Regrettably, the core frequency has not been announced.

According to Intel’s earlier statement, DG1 alone can only be used on the 9th-generation Core, 10th-generation Core platforms and motherboards based on the B460, H410, B365, and H310C chipsets. The compatibility requirements given by ASUS are more stringent. The motherboard only lists its own Prime H410M-A/CSM and Pro B460M-C/CSM motherboards.